Friday, March 25, 2011

An opposition would be good right about now

So, we're effectively still in recession, the incompetents running the country have no idea what to do about it, and people are jumping ship to Aus at a rate that makes you nostalgic for the 2000s. Incredibly fertile ground for the Opposition, you'd think. These ass-clowns will be a one-term govt, you'd think.

Yeah, you'd think. Instead, said ass-clowns busy running the country into the ground are looking quids-in for a second term. It shouldn't just be Darren Hughes resigning, there should be wholesale ritual suicide in the Labour ranks - if you lot can't give National a hiding when they're performing this badly, there's not much point in you continuing to draw breath, let alone a salary.

15 comments:

Andrei said...

I was thinking just the same thing PM.

They took a giant dump on ordinary New Zealanders last night to favour aristocratic Maoris and nobody is even talking about it.

Distracted by hedonistic and repulsive behavior leading to an opposition MPs fall from grace,

Psycho Milt said...

Distracted by speculation about possible, might-have-occurred, unknown behaviour, more like.

Actually, forget "an Opposition would be good right about now," a more appropriate comment would be "actual journalists rather than gossip peddlers would be good right about now."

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Andrei said...

Distracted by speculation about possible, might-have-occurred, unknown behaviour, more like.


What planet are you on Milt?

It is not speculation that after a night of drinking the gentleman in question took a boy half his age back to his house, more accurately the deputy leader of the oppositions house, and that a few hours later the said young man was picked up by the police in a distressed state sans clothes.

This is not a good look no matter how you try and spin it.

Mort said...

if a male MP had taken a female back to his Bosses place for a few more drinks, and then later in the evening she is running down the road naked, distressed and jumping in front of a police car to stop it, how loud would the howls of the lynch mob be?

Psycho Milt said...

It is not speculation that..

It's not? I haven't seen the Police report, unlike the National Party people who seem to know all about it. Gossip you read on Stuff is still gossip, Andrei.

Gooner said...

Hughes resigned as a MP because people are gossiping about him.

Do you realise how funny that sounds Milt?

Heine said...

If that was the case Helen would not have been PM :)

Psycho Milt said...

Hughes resigned as a MP because people are gossiping about him.

Do you realise how funny that sounds Milt?


Hughes resigned because there's a Police investigation into a complaint about him, not because there's gossip. Could well be he's done something that warrants his resignation - but so far we have no information on what that might be, other than gossip.

Anonymous said...

Hughes resigned 'cause he's a predatory 'lil fag who can't keep his dick in his pants, and this situation will become too embarrassing for him or his party to handle.

He should've been more careful especially after his creepy attempt to jump on a male ACT party staffer at a press gallery party back in 2009.

Mark said...

The problem with Labour is that half the caucus is getting phone calls from New York.

You cant run a political party when it is split down the middle.

Labour still hasnt learned why it lost the last election; still has an entitlement issue and believe that the last election was a mistake by the voting public.

While Geoff may lose his leadership are we going to see the party split into two? particularly if the rainbow faction of Labour gets to install their preferred choice?

Psycho Milt said...

Hughes resigned 'cause he's a predatory 'lil fag who can't keep his dick in his pants...

Thanks for making it clear what right-wingers are actually thinking about this.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

As distinct from a predatory big cocksman who can't keep his dick in his pants? (And you have quite a choice here.)

If nothing else, this Labour outfit is eclectic. Incompetent but eclectic.

Anonymous said...

Hone's mounting quite a principled opposition to the Seabed bill. He thinks there are only three things wrong with it

1) Maori have to go court, rather than being granted full freehold title to all the land anyway

2) It doesn't apply to private land

3) It doesn't apply to all land in NZ!

Mark said...

No he resigned beacuse an 18 year old man ran naked from the Deputy Speakers house rather than stay and get his clothes.